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open up by holding trigger down then use flat blade to force red trig out with spring. You can then get the yellow handle to separate by inserting flat blade in to pop the yellow plugs. a big spring will come out at the same time and a white part with the washer in it.
Replace washer and you can refit in reverse order. put red trigger in place before pressing the handle back together. takes some force to press the front back in but snaps back in place. you can get a replacement washer for free from a co called skiffy. ask for a samples. great company. Hope this helps
not sure but i am sure that its job was to push the trigger/throttle back in place so this should help you figure it out, more than likely behind the trigger look for a small protruding post/groove that would keep the spring in place--- you have pics to show now? that would help--- good luck questions just ask
you can try going to paslode.com and downloading a breakdown of this tool. The lockout bar and spring go under the metal plate on the side where the pusher spring is. You have to remove the nose piece (2 screws) and lift the metal plate. Towards the bottom there is a slot that the spring goes in and as you are holding the spring push on the back side and lay the lockout bar in place. Replace the metal plate and hold in place to ensure these parts more freely. Reassemble tool. Let me know if you need more assistance.
it goes under the large plate, you need to remove the screws holding the nose in place (large black piece with screws on either side) sometimes this is a 2 piece part. Under the plate where the lockout bar sits is a small recess and you will need to start the spring and then push it into place with the lockout. Let me know if you need more assistance.
There should be a small recessed area off to one side inside the handle for the routing of the throttle cable...Look closely. The spring that controls the return on the trigger isn't too complicated either. It has to be held in place somehere on the throttle handle also and may have to be preloaded so there is tension on it when you install it..Look around closely in the area in the handle RIGHT above the trigger.
Its a missing or broken spring in the handle(trigger). If you look inside the handle you should see a circular spring around the post of the trigger. This spring returns trigger to idle position. If its missing or broken the trigger won't spring back.